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"Robin Triggs does a good job setting up a climate of suspicion in Night Shift, and the book has some genuinely chilling moments." - Crime Review





Antarctica. A mining base at the edge of the world.

Anders Nordvelt, last-minute replacement as head of security, has no time to integrate himself into the crew before an act of sabotage threatens the project. He must untangle a complex web of relationships from his position as prime suspect.

Then a body is found in the ice. Systems fail as the long night falls. Now Anders must do more than find a murderer: he must find a way to survive.

Will anyone endure the night shift, or will ice and frozen corpses be all that remains?

FLAME TREE PRESS is the new fiction imprint of Flame Tree Publishing. Launching in 2018 the list brings together brilliant new authors and the more established; the award winners, and exciting, original voices.

Robin was raised in a Bradford library but now lives in Oxfordshire with his wife and freshly-minted small person. Trained as an archaeologist, he now works as a proofreader when not wrangling tourists at the Bodleian Library.

'Crime meets science fiction- I loved it!' - Books, Life and Everything

'This a well-written and superbly plotted crime thriller.' - Cheryl M-M's Book Blog

"...fans of Harlan Coben will love this book." - S.J.Budd - Come and Behold My Dark World

"It’s a joy to read the words of a writer you’ve not read before and immediately feel you’re in good hands." - Cemetery Dance

"Overall, this is a tightly written strong book that lends itself to the thriller genre using good old fashion storytelling and strong characters to reach its triumphant conclusion." - The Literary License Podcast

"Robin Triggs does a good job setting up a climate of suspicion in Night Shift, and the book has some genuinely chilling moments." - Crime Review

"The strength of NIGHT SHIFT lies in the toxic atmosphere of suspicion, the complex dynamics of a well-drawn ensemble cast and the vulnerabilities and tenacity of its protagonist." - Space Cat Press

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